Croatia's cinematography is in a continuous ascent, and year-over-year it has seen great results on the global festival scene. Great experiences and results of our filmmakers still remain invisible in Croatia due to numerous reasons, the key being low media interest. It is the lack of expert but accessible and attractive media content on Croatian film and film directors that is behind the problem of the low visibility of Croatian film on the domestic cultural scene. It remains completely invisible to the wider Croatian public how Croatian films are inspired, conceived, planned, created and promoted.
The lectures will be directed, recorded and edited so they can be available to all those interested even after they are held. The lectures are planned to last 45 minutes and their scope is intended to include the director’s work from the initial idea to the festival and cinema distribution of the film. The added value of the project lies in the fact that it leaves behind a high-production-value and directed recording of the lectures, which will remain, free-of-charge, for all those interested in seeing it, primarily future Croatian and international film directors, critics, film scholars and film historians.
Time passes but "A Stranger" does not lose on it's importance. Divided city and society, broken people. All about the film reveals the author himself. BOBO JELCIC Bobo Jelčić (1964) graduated theater direction at the Academy of Dramatic Arts in Zagreb.
How and why was one of the most rewarding Croatian films, "Srbenka", created? All about the film the author reveals himself. NEBOJSA SLIJEPCEVIC Screenwriter and director Nebojša Slijepčević was born in 1973 in Zagreb, where he graduated film direction at the Academy of Dramatic...